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Consultant Project Manager, Students Rebuild Students Rebuild (SR), an in-house program of the Bezos Family Foundation, is seeking a consultant project manager. The position will provide direct support to the Managing Director of Adolescence along with four other Students Rebuild team members and six nonprofit program partners. The Project Manager will offer leadership, management and administrative support for the current World Needs Challenge lasting through June of 2022, as well as launch the 2022/23 Challenge.

In addition, Students Rebuild is launching a six-month strategic review in early 2022 to examine a variety of future operating models. The Project Manager will support the Managing Director, an external consultant, and others within the foundation with a variety of needs relating to this scope of work. Learn more and apply here.

Digital Content Strategist, Bezos Family Foundation Bezos Family Foundation is looking for a digital communications specialist to join its Communications team. This individual brings excellent writing skills with the ability to adapt tone for different audiences, creativity and an eye for design, and demonstrated experience managing and growing digital communications initiatives and/or programs. This position is primarily focused on promoting early learning grantees on the Foundation’s website and social channels and elevating the Foundation’s in-house early learning programs—Vroom and Mind in the Making (MITM). Learn more and apply here.

Project Manager, Vroom Partnerships The Partnerships Project Manager will serve as the project management backbone for the Vroom team. This new role will implement and apply project management best practices, allowing Vroom to continue to reach families within the United States and select regions abroad. Learn more and apply here.

Grants Program Officer, Early Childhood Education As a member of a team responsible for strengthening an established portfolio of grants, the Grants Program Officer would help further the Foundation’s mission to invest in the science of learning and the experiences that youth need from birth to high school to pursue their own path for success, with primary focus on early childhood investments that support children and their families prenatal-8. Learn more and apply here.